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|Food Buzz: History of Cherries|
Its name derived from its location as it is grown in the heart of Central Valley in Tulare County. The Tulare cherry is a bing variety and shares the same visual and taste characteristics as the bing.
Tulare cherries are available in the spring, typically mid-season.
Containing no cholesterol, cherries have little fat. A good source of fiber, this yummy fruit offers a good amount of vitamin C, some vitamin A, potassium, iron, and calcium. About 90 calories are in one cup of pitted cherries.
Excellent cherry choice for raw eating, confections, cheesecake is crazy about this cherry's superior flavor. Make preserves, jam and jelly. Top ice cream desserts for a perfectly beautifying finish. To store, refrigerate.
This bing cherry is grown in Tulare County, California. It was originally named bing after its cultivator's foreman Ah Bing. The bing cherry was developed in an area in Oregon now known as Milwaukie.
Recipes that include Tulare Cherries. One is easiest, three is harder.
|Jane's Sweets & Baking Journal||Cactus-Pear and Cherry Sorbet|
|An Edible Mosaic||Cherry Custard Tart|
|Foodie Crush||Whole Cherry Syrup|
|Chez Us||Gluten Free Cherry Clafoutis|